Bliss, the former head coach at Baylor, is a whole new level of creepy.
In 2003, one of Baylor's players, forward Patrick Dennehy, went missing. He had previously been threatened by teammates, but Bliss ignored the threats, or simply was oblivious to them.
Dotson and teammate Carlton Dotson purchased pistols and practiced firing them prior to the forward's disappearance, and Dotson shot his teammate and friend in the process, hiding the body.
At the same time, it came to light that Dennehy wasn't under scholarship anymore, and people began wondering where the money paying his tuition was coming from.
That's where Bliss comes in. The coach had secretly been paying Dennehy's tuition, along with that of another player.
When asked about it, Bliss painted his dead player as a drug dealer, indicating that was where the income came from, and told his players and assistant coaches to lie about it as well.
Bliss posed as a player's father on several calls to Baylor's financial offices, and lied to NCAA investigators in an effort to get more info about what they had on him.
If that doesn't scream creep, I don't know what does.